Matthew Koma, Carly Rae Jepsen

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"Call Me Maybe" may have been the hit song of last summer, but Carly Rae Jepsen isn't worried about topping her catchy single.

"With 'Call Me Maybe' it was just like a pleasant surprise to me that it took off," the singer told E! News while promoting her partnership with the Coca-Cola Perfect Harmony project. "So I think I'm just going to keep that mentality of not really focusing on the success of music and just more focusing on making good music, and I feel like that way, you can never go wrong."

Smart girl. And the 27-year-old star, who confesses to constantly songwriting, already has a long list of artists she'd love to work with after recently collaborating with Nicki Minaj for the remix to her song "Tonight I'm Getting Over You." 

At the top of her list? Boyfriend Matthew Koma, and Carly insists the adorable twosome can totally mix business with pleasure.

"I would definitely work with my boyfriend Matthew Koma again," she gushed. "Believe it or not we're like super-professional when we get into the studio together. We met while working on 'This Kiss' and I think because of how we met, we pop right back into that professional behavior."

"We're super, über-polite with each other, it's funny," she added. 

Sounds pretty adorable. But Koma certainly won't be the only artist joining Jepsen in the studio, and Justin Bieber's pal has another big name in mind.

"I actually really interested in maybe working with NeYo," she said.  "I met him at the Grammys…and I'm actually really inspired by the songwriting he's offered so far. So I'd be down with getting in the room and seeing if we could make something cool together."

Do you want to see Carly and NeYo collaborate? Tell us in the comments!

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